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of these chemicals, um, come from oil by-products, petroleum. this is true of the high end brands like cliniq ue. we know they are toxic, animal studies show they lead to certain health effects. it is okay because there is just a little bit of toxic chemical and you can't prove it causes harm. so of course, as we pointed out, none of us used this product today. here is a run down of my beauty routine, some of the things i was supposed to, 40 hormone chemicals, 17 carcinogens, 17 penetration chemicals. they draw others more deeply into the property. 16 toxins, less than 50 percent of my chemicals has been assessed by any publically accountable institutions. there are no government requirements for us to understand these chemicals. we have a lot of information about some of them. most of them have never been -- the combined mixtures of a developing teenager saying day after day year after year. there is a lot we don't know. what do know there is a tremendous amount of scientific evidence that showing low doses of chemical exposures can interfere with hormones, change the way our genomes for diseases t
as to whether i'm for or against it is the fact that anybody is high end and whatever anybody tries is done with the best intent to make a successful business and i am asking myself, how are we singling this one out over anybody else? i know that buying expensive jewelry can be very painful and i am sure that wine would help to kind of ease the pain of the moment, but that is not the issue. and we have many, many specialty stores and almost all downtown is one small specialty store, high end, next to each other, and so are the neighborhoods where small designers and clothing and whatever are trying to make a living. are we now opening the door and i am having only a discussion, nothing more than that, are we opening the door that in the depressed economy, everybody will come and say this is a model whiched help them -- which would help them make it better? i don't know. i haven't gotten any guidance from planning staff but i am wondering as to whether or not this will have a far-reaching discussion which i believe i do not necessarily want to sol wv one approval and the discussion is much l
argues it is still cost- effective to produce high-end fashions domestically. >> when we have done cost comparisons on certain garments, we will take something and we will price it in n.y. and we will price it in china. we will do that often to sort of eee beff >>re generally, with tosnt district is about a square mile wide and home to many of the city's 9,000 fashion-related firms. but there are only 16,000 apparel manufacturing jobs now,. upscale boutique chain leggiadro moved its manufacturing here from italy five years ago. brooks ross runs the company along with his mom ann, the founder and creative director. they say local production gives them more flexibility and quality control. >> we can make 30, 40 pieces of something and see what works and what doesn't work. and if we need to tweak something, we are at the liberty to do it at that point. >> we know who is working on our merchandise, and we know that the skill of the sewer is top. >> reporter: but do their customers care where the garments are made? >> our customer loves it. they adore having it. it's v >> our customer loves
forces are close to recapturing the closest eastbound rebel held city to tripoli. >> there is a high end luxury yimts being offered on daily deal web sites. >> then the bay area city junking junk mail. how you can stop those unwanted pamphlets. >> get ready for a spring preview. i'm sandhya patel and will show where temperatures get into 70s coming up. >> and thank you. and the tiny little fish that are causing a big mess bringing boat traffic to a stand still in a southern you can see >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> a smelly mess in a marina. millions of dead fish clogged king harbor today, it's believed they swam into the harbor to escape a red tide, possibly then suffocated. a red tide is a naturally-occurring bloom of toxic algae that can poison fish. and there is a story where where you owe more than your home is worth. >> and michael finney is here about the number of homes now underwater. >> things getting worse, not better nearly one out of every four homes in the united states is underwater. and this firm says 23% of the homeowners owe more than ho
looking at things at a very high end broad level. the chair had asked if we could summarize what we are receiving in submissions, although i think it is early for me to be able to paint an accurate picture of that for you. we will dig through that as we do our submissions. we will continue to share information on where we stand. i know that the supervisor has invited the departments to talk more in depth of their proposals. i will walk through what the big picture looks like today and what we will be trying to set in the background for what we will be talking about with you. repeatedly for the next three months. as you know, no surprise, we have to balance the budget. our budget instructions, which we submitted in the winter of 2010 included the mayor's office deficit projection. as you know, it showed a reject -- reduction year-over-year by and revenues and a growth of $293 million in expenditures. our projected budget deficit has been $380 million for the coming year. since then, a number of things have changed. there are all of these moving pieces. expenditures to grow. revenue t
like that. >> reporter: they're having a gown sale, high end, hard to find, superexpensive brand name gowns. >> this is a steven yuric. it retails for $4959. it will be $900 here. >> reporter: the sale is this week. behind the sparkle and shine, they know that the real beauty -- >> the same time we're surrounded by lovely designer gowns and lace and sequins, we know that all of that glitter is really surface. the deeper meaning to what we're doing is the fact we're helping to save lives. >> reporter: that's hard to put a price tag on. >> if you want a great gown, the sale is through thursday. that's to benefit the house of ruth. >>> we, we looked at charlie sheen's life last night. around that time, social workers were knocking on his damp his ex-wife took out a custody order saying he threatened her. after the twins left, he had this message for his sons. >> it's your dada, i've never lied to you, this is another example of that. i'll see you son, i love you. >> he'll fight for joint custody of his boys. >>> clear and breezy day. temperatures certainly beginning to drop after a warme
increases, high and predictions for temperature increases, low-end predictions for temperature changes. up -- for precipitation changes. then high and changes on the negative side to create a set of scenarios. this ends up being 18 different parings of temperature and precipitation change. what that will do is bound for us the range of potential effects that we will see if any of those scenarios for to come true. on the worst and, you have a 5.4 degree temperature increase which is about 9 degrees fahrenheit. this is pretty significant. this is the top and temperature change which was reported in 2007. we will see if that changes in the future. at the high-end, we factored in a decrease in precipitation of 15%. at the end of the day, we will get that worst-case scenario and a best case scenario, with 0.6 degrees celsius and an increase of 2%. it will tell us where we need to worry. what do we need to worry about if things come true in terms of the inflow? this is not a water supply analysis, however. to get to water supply, you have to take the next step down, take the inflow, then we need
collection of hippy kind of art work and high end jewelries. hand made, silver rings, particularly. definitely a lot of people of that transient nature. >> reporter: police aren't saying if the two suspects and the victim knew each other. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >>> still ahead on kron 4 news at 11:00. how dog owners and professional dog walkers would be effected by a new dog management plan. we show you the ipad 2 along with a rare public siting of silver medal supreme court and we -- steve jobs and we find out if berry ziti could be on the chopping block. d . >>> new rules are on the way which could leash not just dogs but their owners and professional dog walkers. an open house to discuss a dog leash proposal. it would reduce the number of places dogs could walk off leash. the mill valley event to hear what officials and dog owners had to say. >> reporter: dog owners arrived with plenty questions about the plan. the 2400 page proposal was released and would reduce off leash areas in the golden gate national recreation area. officials questioned one-on-one at several informati
wearing masks, threw flares and paint bombs, smashing windows, breaking into high-end businesses, and violently clashing with some of the 4,500 officers on guard. >> this is just unacceptable be hair. it's not protest it's criminality. >> reporter: today was supposed to be pausful and estimated 250 f turned out for what organizers built as a family style rally. rallies like this one tap into a growing discontent. many here in london's hyde park say they're frustrated and want to be heard. like many in america, people in great britain are struggling with high unemployment and a rising deficit. this week, parliament called for the toughest cuts in public spending since world war ii. so today, all ages turned out saying it's time the wealthy shared more of the burden. >> the government is basically slapped us in the face, kick us in the teeth. >> reporter: tonight as unrest continued there was no telling if anything that happened today will lead to change. rehema ellis, nbc news, london. >>> back in this country, today was a big day for the woman many know as baby jessica. back in 1
example." hooper has experienced running a high end fishing store and has extensive survival training. she says she was inspired in the aftermath of hurricane katrina. watching families recover. but you get the sense she has also watched families recover from the ruin caused by bernie madoff. are you willing to help people repair for financial disasters? >> parts of this process help through all kinds of disasters that are much more personal than a fire or a flood. >> reporter: personal, indeed. i'm john berman for "nightline" in new york. >> john berman with a sobering sign of the times. our thanks to him. >>> and up next, chris brown was asked about ex-girlfriend rihanna today, and then, this happened. we have the inside story of a backstage blowup. make sure you get a shot of that hairpiece. you know what this is, cartwright? yes. nicorettmini. you carry them around everywhere. yes, i do carry them everywhere. because cravings are everywhere. no matter where crime takes me, nicorette mini's there, ready to take a craving for me like a real partner. ♪ would you take a craving for me, c
. >> to women are charged with stealing credit cards from a rest stop bathrooms along i-95 and then buying high-end items. there are charged with the did the theft, fraud, and forgery. investigators said the suspects worked as a team with a lookout in the parking lot and others in the restroom, often posing as rest stop employees. they would die victims to a stall and create a diversion -- they would guide the victims to a stall and created a buyer -- a diversion. >> they would buy gift cards and then used gift cards to purchase a variety of items, dozens of pairs of shoes, prescription glasses, it runs the gamut. >> police are in the process of getting warrants for two more suspects. >> breaking news from annapolis tonight involving the state's expanded ban on texting while driving. late tonight the senate passed a measure that would outlaw reading text messages while driving. violators could face a fine of up to $500. the house and delegates approved a similar measure last week. >> surging oil prices helped sink stocks as oil hovers around $105 a barrel. the dow jones lost nearly 80 points and th
. the hypothetical of a kitchen remodel, high-end to remodel that was done without the benefit of permit. what percentage of value are they leaving on the table by selling that without benefit of a permit? >> i think in my experience, which is less than alice in chains, eight times out of 10, in a residential -- which is less than alice and james, eight times out of 10 coming in residential unit, you can convince them it is ok. when there are multiple units involved, or there is an illegal in law, you are dealing with more value issue. a kitchen or bath remodel, in my experience, it does not seem -- people are not as scared of that. >> when you buy the building, you are buying the problem. you are buying the unit without permits. hopefully, it was disclosed at that time. >> there is one example of a property, a $3 million property, and they had never gotten their completion of it. the other thing i would say, it depends on the marketplace itself. today -- at that moment in time, we got a buyer. they took it without a completion. we disclosed as to why there wasn't. it had to do with the fire e
% of its food imports from japan. much of it high-end items like sushi, sake, kobe beef. not only are those imports rigorously tested, the producers have a strong interest in protecting profitable brands. >> i think i'd feel fine ordering sushi whether i was in new york or hong kong. >> reporter: but she says she'd think twice before ordering the sushi right now in tokyo. i'm david wright for "nightline" in tokyo. >> some reassuring words from david tonight. thanks for that. >>> coming up next, we'll try to lighten things considerably with a nationwide poll to answer the pressing question, what was the best movie kiss of all-time? if your racing thoughts keep you awake... sleep is here, on the wings of lunesta. and if you wake up often in the middle of the night... rest is here, on the wings of lunesta. lunesta helps you fall asleep and stay asleep, so you can wake up feeling rested. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported.
. the problem is not that it's too liberal, it's too elitist. it's high-end. chris: the good part is it covers the world the >> ovechkin seen as elitist -- the value of npr is it does have correspondents around the world and that's very expensive when a lot of news organizations are cutting their coverage. there say security argument for the idea that we need more foreign coverage the i don't think most republicans actually object so much to the sums. as you point out they're very small. it is the idea that you are funding public broadcasting that they believe has a bias. if you are funding public broadcasting you have to make very sure that your news reporting is objective. >> i think they've done a good job the last 10 years. the federal money for npr doesn't go so much to the big stations, it goes out to the rural stations the chris: good discussion of this fo the internet on a plane! are you from the future? um, no. cleveland. listen cleveland, your savings account is stuck in the past! earn more with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking baby! so instead of mak
? >> kind of a strange collection of hippy kind of art work and high end jewelries. hand made, silver rings, particularly. definitely a lot of people of that transient nature. >> reporter: police aren't saying if the two suspects and the victim knew each other. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >>> still ahead on kron 4 news at 11:00. how dog owners and professional dog walkers would be effected by a new dog management plan. we show you the ipad 2 along with a rare public siting of silver medal supreme court [ male announcer ] hey michelle, whatcha doin'? i'm serving delicious athenos hummus to my friends. i've got -- [ male announcer ] that's great. let's see what yiayia thinks! you dress like a prostitute. did she just call me a pros-- [ male announcer ] noooo, yiayia would never do -- prostitute. [ male announcer ] never mind that, michelle. at least yiayia approves of you serving athenos hummus. mmmmmm! because only athenos is made the greek way, with 100% olive oil. athenos. maybe the only thing approved by yiayia. with my citi thankyou points when it happened... [ glass breaks ] ...again.
in a room for more than 12 hours. >> this is a wonderful home for the elderly. i want to build high-end facilities in china because there are very few of them for the wealthy. >> reporter: zen is considering paying the japanese retire home for consulting services. the contract would be worth several million dollars. >> asian countries are especially interested in japan's expertise in taking care of elderly patients that have dementia. the symptoms include language and memory impairment and can trigger violence and wandering. the japanese government estimates 2 million people suffer from dementia in this country. globally more than 35 million people struggle with the syndrome. that figure will increase to 65 million in 20 years. rapidly-aging populations in middle and lower-income properties such as india and china are behind the rise. caring for people with dementia has long been a challenge. one of the most difficult things to deal with is wandering. japan developed a technique to deal with that symptom a decade ago and now it is attracting attention. >> reporter: in most countries, pa
to fame and fortune. one teen tv mom speaks out for the first time. >>> high-end action. the very top of the real estate market is still in business. the bedrooms, the baths. check out that view. all of this could be yours for how much? >>> and, pajama cheikh. they're not just for the bedroom anymore. adult pjs to wear on the street. even to the office. clothes for the brazenly lazy are tonight's "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," march 3rd, 2011. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. the statistic is staggering. if you know six teenage girls in this country, odds are, at least one of them is pregnant. america has a rate twice as high as the uk, three times higher than canada. in recent years, reality tv shows devoted to the hardship of teen mother hood became such hit, their subjects receive magazine cover fame. with a look at the mothers of unplanned consequences, here's juju chang. >> reporter: move over jamie lynn spears and bristol palin. teen moms are popping
for omni vision's high-end image centers, and it is driving higher selling prices and generating higher profits. >> tom: and crocks, the best foam footwear, but fuels it up above $20 a share? >> i think investors don't realize that the company has over 250 styles of shoes. last quarter, 18% of revenues were driven by the company os core styles. over 31% of revenues were driven by new products. i think it shows that the new products are realing resonating with costumers. they are growing through company-owned stores, internationally and domestically, and it is increasing its wholesale distribution, and it is growing its sales by direct sales through it's website. >> tom: what about the technology consult presessions. this has been stuck in a range. what gets it up in the teens again? >> i think what we're going to see is pretty straightforward. we're going to look for a continued improvement in the macro economics environment. it should allow a relief for what is a lot of pent-up demand for high-tech spending. they have lots of operating leverage. in fact, management has said their booki
. then, we have the high end totally automated toilet as you were already noticing. when you walk up to it, it will sense that you are there and it will open up. it has another green feature, which washes you. it saves you on toilet paper. a roll of toilet paper can take as much as 28 gallons to be manufactured, so if you conserve on toilet paper by using water to wash yourself, you are saving the waste material of the toilet paper. >> does that count toward the flesh? >> it does not. >> how much water does it take? >> it takes just a few ounces. tens of how long the user leaves it on. it has a remote control that allows you to be able to control the spray features. it has a rear-cleaning, cleaning, stopped cleaning. it has a heated sea. it has a blow dryer. it has a deodorizer. and you can't flush the toilet with a push of the remote. >> ice cube maker, everything. look at that thing. and this is a little more conventional. >> these are the more conventional u.s. type of toilets where you can actually see the trap passageway on the side. >> tell us what goes in where and how does it
including a high end porsche. the travel plazas made the perfect place for the bandits to find the victims. many only stayed for a matter of minutes. the women need to lock their valuables out of sight and out of cars. >> i don't think you should underestimate anyone's creativity like that. >> now, the police cracked the case after the women used credit cards to purchase gift cards and cameras caught their imagings. >>> the suspected of the east coast rapist case was in court today. there was a campaign to find him last week. we have more on the man who describes himself as dr. jekyll and mr. hide. >> reporter: he's suspected of rapes 17 women. he asked why haven't you picked me up sooner when he was arrested last week. today, wearing glasses and a cap, he appeared in actct courtroom -- in a connecticut courtroom. he said he has a dr. jekyll and mr. hide personality when it comes to women. the investigators searched the home where he lived with his girlfriend and his 5-year-old son. >> he was not talking to people about what he was doing. he let the time lapse between them, he left the com
to 86 on the high end. notice the record snow not that far off in the past. 1997 brought 1.4 inches of snow to baltimore on this particular day. it's possible to get stickage. baltimore missed out on yesterday as drizzle during the morning hours. that pushes up towards new york where they open up baseball in the bronx. looking at snow across upstate new york. that's wave one of this storm. and wintery mix, we had it yesterday evening. the road are warmer and they stay wet and the same places with the mix overnight has the best chance of getting the snow again tonight through friday morning. then this storm pulls out and we will warm back into the afternoon. daylight hours 46. a drizzle and some rain, a steady rain returning during the evening. tonight back down with the chance of snow mixing in mainly around and after midnight. could sneak in baltimore and there could be some accumulation on the grass same place as wednesday night but in the morning we are in the 30s it should stay near or above freezing and wet roads. wide view highlighting the storm pattern. next storm getting org
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